Cybersecurity Manufacturing Overview
A cyber security breech carries serious potential risks: the loss of business-critical data, business interruption, the expense of a ransomware event, even the potential for jeopardizing sensitive customer information. Whatever the threat vector—malware, phishing, a remote access attack, or an as-yet-unidentified intrusion—crossed fingers and the hope that “it won’t happen to us” are not viable options. Your security belongs in the hands of experts who can provide the safety you need.
The DVIRC Difference
DVIRC and its security partners, have a proven ability to keep you ahead of cyber attacks and compliance, so threats move on and business runs smoothly. We offer a rock-solid means of assessing your security processes, training your staff to ward off common attacks, using ever-evolving tools to monitor your status, and ensuring your compliance with key requirements.
Benefits of Cybersecurity For Manufacturers
- DVIRC’s Email Security offerings begin with a comprehensive review of your security configuration, then integrate encryption and security monitoring to identify and block malicious activity. What’s more, our filtering systems minimize spam, virus exposure, and the risk of blacklisting, all while reducing your mail server’s exposure to the internet, providing continuity in the event of an email outage, and giving you additional email storage and archiving options.
- Managed Security Awareness (MSA) delivers a combination of training, evaluation, and insight. Together, these enable your employees to serve as the first line of defense, while working with you to increase users’ ability to understand phishing, spam, malware, and ransomware. We also offer tracking and reporting of inappropriate email use and deliver reports to identify and minimize weaknesses and vulnerabilities.
- DFARS 252.204-7012 is a new regulation requiring government contractors to report cyber incidents in order to safeguard defense information. Our cyber security services ensure that you meet all compliance requirements and implement security controls (per NIST 800-171). We help you execute a cyber-security program to meet the necessary policies, procedures, and technical controls.
Manufacturers Guide to Cybersecurity for Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturers
SMMs often have more to lose than larger manufacturers because a cyber event — whether due to a hacker, natural disaster or business resource loss — can have a major impact. SMMs are often less prepared to handle these types of events. But because SMMs often have less complex operational needs and IT infrastructure, they may be able to take steps to detect and recover from a cybersecurity incident quickly. It is vitally important that you consider how to protect your business before an incident occurs.